Police in Zimbabwe said Wednesday a bomb ripped up one of its camps in the capital Harare on Monday, the second such incident in months.
Police spokesman Wayne Bvudzijena said no one was killed or injured in the bomb blast at the headquarters of the Criminal Investigations Department in Harare.
“We confirm that a bomb exploded (on Monday) around 8 pm at the CID Headquarters, which caused damage to walls and shattered windowpanes,” he said.
In August, a bomb ripped through the Criminal Investigation Department at another police station in Harare, which later was suspected to be an inside job intended to destroy evidence.
Several police officers were questioned after the attack, but no arrests have been made. Monday’s attack is also suspected to be an inside job meant to similarly destroy evidence.